Track Tuesday- Name That Track

Welcome to Track Tuesday where you are asked to identify a famous race course from just one aerial image. The only other hint you get is that this track is in… the Northern Hemisphere. Good luck!
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  1. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar
    Peter Tanshanomi

    All the trucks are cabovers = Europe.

  2. Eric Rood Avatar
    Eric Rood

    Donington Park

    1. PotbellyJoe ★★★★★ Avatar
      PotbellyJoe ★★★★★

      Came here to say this.,-1.378006

      1. Eric Rood Avatar
        Eric Rood

        I've never noticed until now that the last hairpin on the extended course narrows and is decreasing radius.

        1. Eric Rood Avatar
          Eric Rood

          On the National Circuit, the chicane back to the start-finish straight is optional, according to Gordon Sheddon.
          [youtube Vpdxfe1QD58 youtube]

        2. Tomsk Avatar

          The photo is old; the right-left chicane for the National Circuit has since been moved back to create more runoff, and is now a separate piece of road from the GP Circuit's last hairpin.

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  4. busplunge Avatar

    When I first read this I thought, "What the font is going on?!" Then I realized I was reading 'arial' as 'anal' –not that my mind is in the gutter.

    1. Hatchtopia Avatar

      Well, it should be aerial, so I could see how that mistake could be made.
      Wait… no still in the gutter.

    2. PotbellyJoe ★★★★★ Avatar
      PotbellyJoe ★★★★★
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      1. nanoop Avatar

        That's not Arial, "the font that was created to look nearly like Helvetica, but without the license fees" ™
        'a' looks close, but the 'r' is ugly in a different way than the Arial. The 'k' is unusual, but not ugly. What is it?
        (Now I'm out of the closet: the intersection of cars and typography, that's what I like)

        1. PotbellyJoe ★★★★★ Avatar
          PotbellyJoe ★★★★★

          Apparently it's "Arial Client."
          Looking closer I see the C R and such are definitely not Arial. I just googled Arial and grabbed the image.
          (I like fonts too)

  5. Fuhrman16 Avatar

    So what was the answer to last week's track?

    1. Eric Rood Avatar
      Eric Rood

      I believe it was the Ascari Chicane at Monza.

  6. Adam Avatar

    Donington Park – UK